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somewhere else. it's trough. >> jim, thanks for coming on. we'll see you on the set in pebble. >> thank you for having me here. i appreciate it. >> thank you for coming. join us tomorrow. "squawk on the street" is next. >>> good wednesday morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm melissa lee, with carl quintanilla, jim cramer and david faber here at the new york stock exchange. take a look at u.s. futures. we should note the dow is posting its bst january in 17 years. we are looking to go higher on the dow here. investors are awaiting the house vote this afternoon on postponing the debt ceiling. news in europe, david cameron vowing a referendum on whether britain remains in the eu. in japan, longest losing streak in two months. china awaits data, that's out tonight. the road map in the u.s. starts off at the golden arches. u.s. same-store sales up 9% for mcdonald's, helped by the dollar menu and mcrib. >> ibm and google surging premarket. google gets its price target raised by six firms this morning on better than expected earnings. >> coach getting pummeled this morning, blaming its
said if my aunt had a [ censor bleep ] she would be my uncle. jim here is a fun fact for you. >> yes? >> stephanie: the historic warner theater. and i was reading kirk douglas' book on the plane, and spartacus opened at the warner theater. >> oh wow. >> kind of a random book to read on a plane. >> stephanie: listen kirk douglas watches and think i'm [ inaudible ]. >> okay. >> stephanie: and he signed the book to me and he said -- >> i'm spartacus. >> stephanie: he thinks i'm beautiful and then when david told him i'm gay he said what! [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> stephanie: he signed my book to a beautiful girl who is also smart. >> okay. >> stephanie: i think it was one anecdote about the warner theater. >> very cool. >> stephanie: also here is another fun fact. alan grayson who was our celebrity on panel. he got a standing ovation for walking and sitting when he was in the theater, so did jfk. and the guy he was with said they are applauding you even in the dark. >> amazing. that charisma just glows in the dark. >> stephanie: exactly. he was presidential glow stick
>> 49ers touch down in new orleans! the players along with coach jim harbaugh and his kids are in new orleans tonight. preparing for superbowl 47. just 7 days away! they landed at about 7pm. five o'clock our time. you can see the players. staff and famlies deplaning. the entrie crew loaded into the buses heading for san jose airport earlier today you can see video of the event behind me. gabe slate was there at the team's santa clara headquarters where hard core fans lined up to see the team off. (cheers & applause) >> reporter: these fans gathered around this, and entrance. hoping to see the players boat onto the bus but they had other plans that to keep a tight schedule. they only allowed the media and in the shadow of the news stadium, there are police, public- relations and the buses were in this area. they did not have time. however, the team did it seem up beat. colin kaepernick had a high end headphones, and a winter cap. they decided that they would drive the five buses beyond the crowd. and that was cool. the fans loved it. hundreds cheered. they did not see betwee
, a tough hold, alas, a shame. >> jim, you sort of said it and added last night, don't let this stock become the eclipse that blinds you to everything else going on. >> you can't. the company's conference call was radically opposite of what everyone was thinking. and the company just kept going back to that mantra, listen, we have the best product. we don't really need to defend ourselves. and i think that what was happening was the analysts were viciously, viciously trying to figure out you can as the call was going on, what do you pay for a company with waning growth? what do you pay for a company not as loved by the customer anymore? the answer is we got to pay what we pay for intell, what we pay for cisco, what we pay for microsoft. >> a lot of investors trying to figure that out this morning as well. and their price targets, could care less at this point about that the construct is 150 bucks a share in cash, $44 a share in earnings this year. obviously lower than had been anticipated. what kind of a multiple do you put on it? some would say the thing is too over. give it time. wait for
-- explanation of the rules of procedure. >> good morning. thank you very, very much, jim. jim has outlined the process of how we will begin. i will start with reminding this body of the specific provisions that are contained in our charter and bylaws that guide the election of offices for the party. after that, my co-chair will come back to the podium and then review with this body what we are specifically recommending to govern these elections today. first, i shall remind this body that the rules of procedures contain the following key provisions. first, that candidates for any dnc office position had to file a nomination statement with the dnc secretary by 8 p.m. sunday, january the 20th, 2012, and that included -- sorry, 2013. that really would have been a problem. >> yeah. [laughter] >> that included signatures of at least 20dnc members. each candidate for chair is entitled to a total of ten minutes for nominating and seconding speeches to be divided among no more than four speakers, all of whom must be dnc members. each candidate for the other officer position shall be entitled to a t
or with a touchdown or something. jim? >> do you think the white house speech writers have ruined presidential eloquence? [laughter] >> uh, that's a good question. i mean, they've had them all along, so there are some people who would argue that some of the best stuff was written by speech writers. there's a question of whether or not eisenhower actually wrote military industrial complex, or was it really malcolm moos who was one of his aides? maybe they've homogenized it. maybe, maybe that's the -- i mean, i still think there's got to be some degree of spontaneity. i think probably to speech writer passed on -- when obama said snowmageddon which was an obvious blend of snow and armageddon which, you know, you can concede, of course, that it probably just popped out of his head. and i think a lot -- but, again, they may have, they sort of dumbed them down to some degree. i think, you know, president obama, actually "the washington post" last summer ran a list of about 20 of his slogans, and they're all just dead fish. i mean, together we win, and -- but they don't have any resonance. and so i
crow, not jim crow, jane crow meaning? >> you look at the abortion issue, the so-called personhood measures and anti-abortion measures, what they are really doing is creating precedent for a permanent underclass of all women. we have seen that women are being arrested, detained, forcibly subjected to medical interventions disproportionately so african-american women, disproportionately in the south. and, again, it's under the guise of being just about abortion. it's really about creating a set of precedents that would allow the state to control, surveil, and punish a woman from the moment she conceives. >> and you have been, frankly, losing in state after state, right? i mean, there are now 92 or 94 more provisions on state laws than existed several years ago. >> and i think the anti-choice movement is getting creative. what we saw recently in virginia and we saw it in a federal level but they're now doing this on a state level are things like the prenatal nondiscrimination act, which is an effort to ban race selective or sex selective abortion, and this is a policy that is not see
's open it up, and let's start right over here. >> jim bixler. lots of economists such as your friend rudy dornbush from mit that you mentioned, are believers that competition is the hallmark of a country thriving, growing including jobs, etc. and lots of economists even before the euro was instituted argued that they needed europe more competition rather than a coordinated currency, etc. and they predicted bad woes for europe under the euro. you've mentioned a lot of the problems on the flip side of competition, namely regulation. give us your perspective in terms of competition, regulation and the euro and government coordination. >> i think it's a very good question. a lot needs to be done there. and i think that at the time that the euro was put together and my good friend bob mundell -- professor at columbia, nobel prize winner -- had different views of how it was going to work out than what's happened. that was not in his idea book, because you've had tremendous regulation there. you need more deregulation. there's no doubt about it. in order to get more competitive. i mean, take a c
point is they are not talking about today's world. henry kissinger, jim baker, i think jim schlesinger, former secretaries of defense, many others have all agreed with that as a goal for the world. it's a goal. it's an aspiration. we should always be aspirational, but it's not something that could happen in today's world, nor could any leader today sit here or any other chair and promote to you the notion that we ought to be cutting down our deterrent level below an adequate level to maintain deter -- deterrence. the military has very strong views about what that is. we have cut down to some 1,500. there is talk of going down to a lower number. i think personally it's possible to get there if you have commensurate levels of inspections, verification, abouf your nuclear stockpile program, etc. now, senator, i know you are deeply invested in that component of it. the nuclear stockpile proposal. i made -- we can come to some of that maybe later in the hearing here, but i believe we have to maintain that. because that's the only way you maintain an effective level of deterrence. and the ru
because it was an old movie, "titanic". jim cameron went back and released it in 3d all over the world. they didn't see it first time. it was new. and it was "titanic". it was a similar reaction to the rest of the world had the first time which was really surprising to us and to the whole chinese film industry. liz: i remember when "avatar" came out three or four years ago. you and i were sitting in davos and how chinese were scalping imax tickets for 90 you can s just to see this movie. is there behavior still there? is there a premium people will pay in imax and more? >> the good news for the chinese people and us it is not $90 anymore but the average ticket price is north of $15 a ticket. because we have 100 theaters in china right now we have so many more where we're selling those $15 tickets than where we sold the $90 tickets. that was only 13 theaters four years ago. liz: international box-office performance year-over-year was essentially flat. do you think the 2013 film slate, among them, man of steel. you have the next "hunger games" installment, "star trek." will that inspire
most of these people in the room, charlie allen, stuart baker, richard, jim, p.j. crowley, steve hadley, and i don't think walter isakson is here. brian michael jenkins, names you all know. phil mudd, eric olson, dan, guy swan, evan wolf, it's an amazing list. you know, it is a tribute to you, my friend, because all these people care about homeland security and value the opportunity to help advise. that's great. questions? right here. red jacket. please identify yourself. >> hi, rachel oswald, global security news wire. secretary, can you tell us how close your department is to meeting congress' mandate that 100% of foreign cargo be scanned when it comes into the country? you're operating under extension due up, i believe, to close in summer 2014, and, also, could you tell us about any projects at the dndo office is working on? any new nuclear technology? >> i looked into the issue thoroughly, as did my predecessor, secretary chertoff. it's one of those things as we learn to manage risk, mandates like that sound good, but in point of fact, are extrouter their -- extraordinarily expensiv
in today's world. henry kissinger, jim baker, james schlesinger, many others have all agreed with that as a goal for the world. it is an aspiration. we should always be aspirational. but it is not something that can happen in today's world nor could any leader today sit here or in any other chair and promote the notion that we should be cutting down our deterrent levels before inadequate levels to maintain deterrence. the military has strong views about what that is. we have cut down some 1500 now. there is talk of going down to a lower number. i think it is possible to get their, if you have commensurate levels of inspections, verification, and guarantees about the capacity of your nuclear stockpile program. i know you are deeply invested in that component. we can get to some of that may be later in the hearing. i believe we have to maintain that. i don't think senator hegel is sitting there or will go to the defense department and be a proponent. this is talking about conflict resolution, changes that have to take place the that the society's -- societies. it is worth aspir
and trafficking. i look forward to working with her and legislators to combat this problem. host: arizona gov. jim brewer. here is a comment on twitter. here is a story from local tv station wbtv in charlotte about this. it says the idea to eliminate an income tax is enticing, but if it does away the state will have to raise the sales tax. it is an idea gaining popularity with republican leaders. send us a tweet and tell us what say you are from and what you are talking about and what you have to share with us. that is @cspanwj. jamie is up next on the independent line. caller: good morning. i would like to preface by setting, can i have enough time to get my point across? we have a new governor who left congress as a member of the tea party caucus, which was headed by the likes of michelle bachman. i am pessimistic about our future at this point in time because we are pretty much being overtaken by tea partyism. the republican party could have taken over the senate if not for more -- richard burr doctor was able to run richard lugar it way from the senate. we had a democrat that was able to reach
three years on that same topic. >> just in case some of your friends or neighbors, you know, uncle jim who is a little stubborn and been watching fox news and if you are on the right, then you're only reading the "wall street journal" editorial page and watching fox news. i've got one television station entirely devoted to attacking my administration. i mean, that's a pretty -- >> i assume you're talking about fox. >> that's a pretty big mega phone. >> brian: then it was quiet for a while. he kicks off the next four years -- >> it's kind of silly and laughable in a lot of respects. the president gave a civil libertarian inauguration. now he's talk being retire restraint in and out he says the reason we have problems with debate in this country is because the people on the left like msnbc, they really want to encourage compromise and debate. but the people at fox news, they really are out of control. they're really crazy. they don't want to have debate and they're going to punish the republican congressional leaders if there is a debate. the other thing he said, and it's really bizarre,
in deterrence. i found that hard to think how you get down to a number of today's world. henry kissinger, jim baker, i think james lassiter, former former secretary of defense, many others have all agreed with that icicle for the world. it's a goal, an aspiration that we should always be aspirational. but it's not something that can happen in today's world and nor could any leader today sit here or in any other chair and promote to you and ocean we had to cut down our deterrent level below an adequate level to maintain deterrence. we have strong views about what that is. we've cut down some 1500 the talk of going down to a lower number. i think are selling is possible to get better if you have comments or at levels of inspections, verification company guarantees about the capacity of your nuclear stock buyout program, et cetera. senator, i know you're deeply invested in that component of it. we can come to some about leader in the hearing, but i believe we have to maintain that. that's the only way you maintain an effective level of deterrence and the russians certainly think in terms of thei
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